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My computer cant play sounds

I accidentally erased my sound program for sound and i thought it was the speakers program so i got these new ones but they dont work i have tried to add the hardware but it wont add how do i make my speakers work again

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    Where can i get the motherboard CD?

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You have to install the sound drivers again which suitable to your motherboard. By using the motherboard CD you can install the drivres.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

  • That CD will be given at the time of buying the motherboard or PC.

    If you donot have you need to download from the motherboard manufacture company site and install.

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